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Red Blossom Tea Company

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25-40 min
831 Grant Ave (NaN mi)
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Open Hours

Monday
10:00 AM-6:30 PM
Tuesday
10:00 AM-6:30 PM
Wednesday
10:00 AM-6:30 PM
Thursday
10:00 AM-6:30 PM
Friday
10:00 AM-6:30 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM-6:30 PM
Sunday
10:00 AM-6:00 PM

Tea Bags

Peppermint Rose Tea Bag

This elegant slate canister contains 18 teabags, sourced from the same small growers as our premium looseleaf tea, and packed exclusively for us.One of our more popular herbals, Peppermint Rose is a very simple blend of peppermint leaves and rose petals. The inspiration came from mint teas from Morocco that are sometimes served with a few drops of rose water.
$15.00
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Golden Monkey First Pick Tea Bag

Our Golden Monkey, First Pick comes from a tea garden on Jiulong Hill, in the eastern part of the Wuyi Mountain range. It is the first harvest of the season, produced from leaves of the Fu’an Da Bai, Fuyun and Zhenghe Da Bai varietals. Only the top buds with one or two leaves are used, each bud and leaf combination carefully hand-picked. Once infused, the orange colored liquor of the tea is sensuously buttery and captivatingly sweet, with an aroma that carries notes of caramel, cocoa nibs and molasses.
$15.00
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Light Roast Formosa Oolong Teabag

Our light roast oolong was gathered in an area outside Lugu, Nantou County. We source exclusively spring harvested leaves for their fragrance and mouth feel. The tea is then lightly oxidized to accentuate its fresh orchid and gardenia notes.
$15.00
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Ginger Lemongrass Tea Bag

A blend of spicy ginger balanced with crisp lemongrass, for an herbal tea that is refreshing and sweet - with a bit of zing.
$15.00
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Dark Roast Formosa Oolong Tea Bag

Each year, a portion of our oolong harvest is set aside to be roasted to a greater degree than most Formosa oolongs. The process darkens the tea to create a rich and sweet tea that is smooth and fragrant. The slow roasting gradually caramelizes the natural sugars in the tea and sweetens it, while imparting a depth and complexity to its flavor and aroma. We detect notes of burnt caramel, toffee and brown sugar in this tea.
$15.00
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Cold Brew Teabags

Golden Monkey, First Pick Iced Tea

The resulting tea is as beautiful as it is delicious, more than half of the dry tea is comprised of golden leaf buds – hand twisted and curled to resemble the silhouette of a golden monkey. Both buds and leaves are whole and distinct, each slender twist no longer than a finger nail. Once infused, the orange colored liquor of the tea is no less exquisite, with a sensuously buttery and captivating sweet flavor and an aroma that carries notes of caramel, cocoa nibs and molasses.
$18.50
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Mi Lan Xiang (Honey Orchid) Iced Tea

Mi Lan Xiang is our most popular Phoenix Oolong. We usually see raised eyebrows from those trying this tea for the first time, followed with that inevitable question, is this tea flavored? It’s not, but the tea alone is remarkably flavorful. It is also a very serious tea, descended from a long line of Phoenix Shui Xian tea trees all bearing the unique honeyed aroma and flavor.
$31.50
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Collections

The Discovery Collection

Included in the Discovery Collection four 1 ounce bags of tea, ranging from light to dark, including teas from different regions, representing different crafting styles and flavor profiles. There's a small card in the collection with a description of each tea, as well as a brewing instruction card. Everything is packaged in a silver gift box.
$36.00
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Green & White Collection

The Green & White Collection was made for those who want an introduction to our freshest and most flavorful lighter style teas. Included is our favorite green, Ming Qian Dragonwell, Panan; an everyday white, Bai Mu Dan; and our lovely Dragon Pearl Jasmine Supreme.
$36.00
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Premium Collection

Our Premium Collection makes the perfect gift for the tea lover in your life. With a wide variety of styles from traditional tea-producing regions in China and Taiwan, this collection covers the full range of flavor profiles and offers a premium selection of each type of tea.
$65.00
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Aged Collection

Our Aged Collection is a great way to learn about aged teas - both fermented pu-erhs and aged oolongs. With a range of flavors covering everything from the bold, earthy notes of traditional pu-erh to the dried fruit notes that develop with long term dry aging, we think this collection is sure to include something you haven't tasted before.
$45.00
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Jasmine Collection

Our Jasmine Collection includes our two blossoming teas and our premium jasmine pearl. We created this collection for those who want to try the different styles of blossoming teas we carry along with a pure jasmine.
$25.00
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White Tea

Fuding Silver Needle 2017

Our Silver Needle’s provenance and quality sets it apart from most white teas on the market. Fuding County produces white teas that are sweet and floral, with leaf buds that are usually not longer than 1.5 centimeters in length (any larger and they likely come from Yunnan, which produces a lower grade of white tea.) We’re also especially careful in our selection, looking only for consistently sized closed leaf buds to ensure that the tea has a rounder mouth-feel.
$37.00
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Xin Gong Yi (New Craft) 2017

Xin Gong Yi means "new craft". What distinguishes it from traditional white tea crafting techniques is the higher degree of enzymatic oxidation Xin Gong Yi leaves undergo. Traditional white teas are only oxidized to 5%, whereas new craft takes oxidation above 30%. The resulting leaves take on a beautiful mottle of green and autumnal reds and oranges, and the brewed liquor is decidedly more golden than the muted beige of traditional white tea.
$18.00
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Bai Mu Dan

Our Bai Mu Dan comes from Fuding County, Fujian Province. Its two leaf and a bud combination comes from the Da Bai tea tree, picked in mid-April after the individual tea buds that make up Silver Needle have been gathered.Bai Mu Dan brews a light golden infusion with a hint of sweetness reminiscent of dried apricot and almonds.
$14.50
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Shou Mei

Our Shou Mei is a summer harvest white from Fuding County. Due to it’s mellow, familiar profile, this variety has become the most popular everyday white tea in south east China. Shou Mei brews a light white infusion, with a smooth light body and mellow notes of nut, earth, and wood.
$12.00
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Premium Collection

Our Premium Collection makes the perfect gift for the tea lover in your life. With a wide variety of styles from traditional tea-producing regions in China and Taiwan, this collection covers the full range of flavor profiles and offers a premium selection of each type of tea.
$65.00
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White Dragon Pearl Premium

Dragon Pearl is crafted from spring-harvested Da Bai leaf buds from Fuding County, Fujian. Though it is usually reserved for the base of jasmine teas, we commissioned the farmer to reserve some of this crop for our white tea connoisseurs. The buds are handpicked, then steamed and individually rolled by hand.
$20.00
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Green & White Collection

The Green & White Collection was made for those who want an introduction to our freshest and most flavorful lighter style teas. Included is our favorite green, Ming Qian Dragonwell, Panan; an everyday white, Bai Mu Dan; and our lovely Dragon Pearl Jasmine Supreme.
$36.00
0

The Discovery Collection

Included in the Discovery Collection four 1 ounce bags of tea, ranging from light to dark, including teas from different regions, representing different crafting styles and flavor profiles. There's a small card in the collection with a description of each tea, as well as a brewing instruction card. Everything is packaged in a silver gift box.
$36.00
0

Jasmine Collection

Our Jasmine Collection includes our two blossoming teas and our premium jasmine pearl. We created this collection for those who want to try the different styles of blossoming teas we carry along with a pure jasmine.
$25.00
0

Formosa Oolong Tea

Jin Xuan, Winter Sprout

Our Winter Sprout comes from this secondary growth, picked in mid-January, 45 days after the main winter harvest. It comes from a 1500 meter tea garden in the Alishan Mountains, in Taiwan. Because the tea was picked during the plant’s dormant period, the leaves lack the vegetal compounds characteristic of Formosa oolongs, but they possess much higher sugar content.
$40.00
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Lishan Spring

This tea was hand-picked in mid-May. Unstable weather significantly lowered yields this year, but what was produced is surprisingly delicious and complex, a testament to the skill of the tea maker. In his capable hands, we have yet another exceptionally wonderful tea this year.
$31.00
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Alishan Spring

Hand-gathered in late April 2017 at 1600 meters above sea level, our Alishan oolong comes from a garden that has provided us with tea for the past seven years. It’s a garden that for the past few years have won repeated accolades for the quality and character of its tea. Their harvest season spans twelve days, and during that time, tea-picking, oxidation, roasting and rolling occurs around the clock.
$25.00
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Jin Xuan

Jin Xuan, meaning "Golden Lily" in Chinese, is a relatively new Formosa varietal developed by Taiwan's Tea Research and Extension Station in the early 1980s. The cultivar is the end result of nearly four decades of cross-breeding of several Formosa varietals to yield a tea that is distinct in character from the traditional cultivars of our Alishan, San Lin Xi, Lishan and Tung Ting.
$20.00
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Wenshan Baozhong, Spring 2017

Wenshan, the range of mountains that surround Taipei in northern Taiwan produces a type of oolong that is twisted rather than rolled. It's a crafting style that hearkens to an earlier time in tea making, and actually predates the rolled oolongs for which Taiwan is known. Called Baozhongs or "Pouchongs", these teas are the lightest oxidized amongst Formosa teas - usually in the range of 5%-10% - and only lightly roasted to preserve their fresh, lush nature.
$20.00
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Tung Ting, Mi Xiang

A descendent of oolong varieties taken from Jian'ou in China's Fujian Province, Tung Ting was brought to the eponymous central Taiwan mountain in the mid-1800s. Its name means "frozen summit", in reference to what was, at the time, one of the highest elevation tea gardens in Taiwan. Today, tea is grown at far higher elevations in Taiwan, but Tung Ting retains its reputation as one of the first Taiwanese teas.
$25.00
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Tung Ting

A descendent of oolong varieties taken from Jian'ou in China's Fujian Province, Tung Ting was brought to the eponymous central Taiwan mountain in the mid-1800s. Its name means "frozen summit", in reference to what was, at the time, one of the highest elevation tea gardens in Taiwan. Today, tea is grown at far higher elevations in Taiwan, but Tung Ting retains its reputation as one of the first Taiwanese teas.
$12.00
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Tung Ting, Dark Roast

The sweetness of our winter crop Tung Ting from an area near Lugu, Nantou County is the perfect foundation for a more concentrated roast. The slow roasting gradually caramelizes the natural sugars in the tea and sweetens it, while the high heat imparts a depth and complexity to its flavor and aroma. We detect notes of burnt caramel, toffee and brown sugar in this tea.
$13.00
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Tung Ting Ginseng

A descendent of oolong varieties taken from Jian'ou in China's Fujian Province, Tung Ting was brought to the eponymous central Taiwan mountain in the mid-1800s. Its name means "frozen summit", in reference to what was, at the time, one of the highest elevation tea gardens in Taiwan. Today, tea is grown at far higher elevations in Taiwan, but Tung Ting retains its reputation as one of the first Taiwanese teas.
$17.00
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Aged Tung Ting ca. 1980

Our Aged Tung Ting is a true rarity surviving from this earlier era of tea making in Taiwan. We acquired this tea from a grower who had had the tea in his family's possession for nearly three decades. During that time, it was lightly roasted every two to three years to remove moisture from the tea. Before the tea was shipped to San Francisco, we had it charcoal roasted using longan fruit wood, a finishing technique also very traditional to Formosa tea making.
$22.00
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Dark Roast Formosa Oolong Tea Bag

Each year, a portion of our oolong harvest is set aside to be roasted to a greater degree than most Formosa oolongs. The process darkens the tea to create a rich and sweet tea that is smooth and fragrant. The slow roasting gradually caramelizes the natural sugars in the tea and sweetens it, while imparting a depth and complexity to its flavor and aroma. We detect notes of burnt caramel, toffee and brown sugar in this tea.
$15.00
0

Light Roast Formosa Oolong Teabag

Our light roast oolong was gathered in an area outside Lugu, Nantou County. We source exclusively spring harvested leaves for their fragrance and mouth feel. The tea is then lightly oxidized to accentuate its fresh orchid and gardenia notes.
$15.00
0

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